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[audio]Philip Whalen class, part 2, August 1977. - Whalen, Philip
The second half of a class by Philip Whalen at Naropa Univesity from August 1977 about classic literature. Works such as Uncle Tom's Cabin, and Ben Hur are discussed. Also presented are modernizations and the missing of genuine feeling in Shakespeare productions. (Continued from 77P027)
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[audio]Warren Tallman class 1986 - Tallman, Warren
Warren Tallman contrasts the attitude toward language of the poets of the modern period (which he defines as spanning 1600 to 1900) and those of the postmodern period (spanning in his definition 1900 to the present), and prophesies the imminent return of "personal poetry" to the fore. Using examples from Chaucer, Yeats and Donne, Tallman proposes that consonants lead the mind to speech, while vowels lead it to song...
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[audio]Joanne Kyger Class Visiting Poets class 4 July 1977 - Kyger, Joanne
Part one of a class traught by Joanne Kyger in July 1977. In this class Joanne reads from her South Sea journals. She makes additional personal notes on the journals and the class discusses what she has read. This is the 4th class in a series.
Downloads: 202
[audio]Colloquium 1988 - Bye, Reed; Corso, Gregory; Elmslie, Kenward; Foye, Raymond; Ginsberg, Allen; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
[by Ann] End of a colloquium on collaboration which starts on 88P007.
Downloads: 482
[audio]Gregory Corso class 5 August 1981 - Corso, Gregory
Class instructed by Gregory Corso on archaic language and tailoring the poem. The class discussion includes Egyptian language, Count St. German, magic, obsolete words, and student works. This is class 5 of 8.
Downloads: 552
[audio]Ed Dorn reads poem October 1977 - Dorn, Ed
Ed Dorn finishes his reading with "Period Westerns" and "An Opinion on a Matter of Public Safety."
Downloads: 317
[audio]Ed Dorn class part 1 June 1977 - Dorn, Ed
This is the first class in a series taught by Ed Dorn in the summer of 1977. In this class the works of Edward Abbey are contrasted with JB Jackson's. Also a History of the Mayans and Aztecs are given with selection read from Aztec writing. The class continues on the next tape 7P006. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 180
[audio]Cope and Rakosi read part 2 June 1987 - Rakosi, Carl

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[audio]Anne Waldman class Word women June 1986 - Waldman, Anne
Second half of an Anne Waldman class about language and consciousness. This half of the class is devoted to student work, assignments, and a writing exercise. (Continued from 86P037)
Downloads: 106
[audio]Anne Waldman Class July 1978 - Waldman, Anne
A class given by Anne Waldman on the work of Gertrude Stein. Waldman gives background on herself, Stein, and the various artists and cultural influences on Stein's context of twentieth century France.
Downloads: 168
[audio]David Cope part 4 July 1980 - Cope, David; Corso, Gregory; Ginsberg, Allen
David Cope class. Cope talks about imagist and objectivist poetry. He reads several of his poems including "Baseball" and "The Stars." He and Allen Ginsberg dialogue about some other poets: Reznikov, Hartley, etc. Gregory Corso tells a story about Trungpa Rinpoche.continues on 80P125. This is class 4 of 4.
Downloads: 373
[audio]Reading with Whalen Clausen Hollow part 1 July 1980 - Clausen, Andy; Hollo, Anselm; Whalen, Philip
80p182 and 80p181 contain parts 1 and 2, respectively, of a reading given on 7/23/80 by Allen Ginsberg, Andy Clausen, and Philip Whalen. 80p181 contains additional material: a reading given by Anselm Hollo on 7/30/80. [Note: Hollo appears to be the final reader at another event, although it is not clear which tape contains the rest of this event. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 259
[audio]Reading with Whalen Clausen Hollow part 1 July 1980 - Clausen, Andy; Ginsberg, Allen; Whalen, Philip
80p182 and 80p181 contain parts 1 and 2, respectively, of a reading given on 7/23/80 by Allen Ginsberg, Andy Clausen, and Philip Whalen. 80p181 contains additional material: a reading given by Anselm Hollo on 7/30/80. [Note: Hollo appears to be the final reader at another event, although it is not clear which tape contains the rest of this event. This is part 2 of 2.
Downloads: 62
[audio]Kerouac Conference holmes workshop part 4 1982 - Cope, David; Micheline, Jack; Orlovsky, Peter
This is one of the evening readings of the Kerouac Conference. David Cope reads a selection of poems, they are from a recent book that is published as well as old and new work. Then Jack Micheline reads. I very powerful performance that combines sounds of jazz and his unique way of living. The Orlovsky reads one poem as a favor to the audience. The evening ends.[by Ann] An open reading with David Cope, Jack Micheline, and Peter Orlovsky in a mall in Boulder, Colorado...
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[audio]Kerouac Conference holmes workshop part 1 1982 - Holmes, John Clellon
John Holmes workshop topics include finding your own voice, education, discussion of poetic truth, and Kerouac's novels and Henry Miller, and Journal keeping[by Ann] John Clellon Holmes teaches a workshop on writing, focusing on fiction and prose. He discusses Kerouac's novels, including Visions of Cody, which Kerouac intended to be a more truthful account of the events that inspired On the road. Holmes also talks about how to find your own voice as a writer, poetic truth, and other aspects of w...
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[audio]Faculty reading with Kapil, Gladman part 1 June 2003 - Gladman, Renee; Kapil Rider, Bhanu
Part one of a two part faculty reading during the Summer Writing Program at Naropa recorded June 19, 2003. Readers on this tape (tape one) are Bhanu Kapil Performing Water Damage, A Memoir, and Renee Gladman reading The Zone.This reading continues on 03P039 part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 133
[audio]David Cope, part 4 July 1980 - David Cope
David Cope talks about imagist and objectivist poetry. He reads several of his poems including "Baseball" and "The Stars". He and Allen Ginsberg dialogue about some other poets. Resnikov, Hartley, etc. Gergory Corso tells a story about Trungpa Rinpoche continues on 80P125. This class is part 4 of 4.
Downloads: 121
[audio]Ed_Dorn_class_part_22_June_1977_77P004 - Ed Dorn
Ed Dorn
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[audio]David Cope, part 3 July 1980 - David Cope
A visiting professor class by David Cope. This part of the class includes Gregpry Corso, Allen Ginsberg, and Andy Clausen. Corso explains his theory on the dawn of consciousness and Clausen Reads Whitman's "Leaves of Grass" and "The Song of Myself" continued from 80P126. This is class 3 of 4.
Keywords: David Cope
Downloads: 177
[audio]Ed_Dorn_class_part_22_June_1977_77P004 - Ed Dorn
Ed Dorn...
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[audio]Ed_Dorn_class_part_22_June_1977_77P004 - Ed Dorn
This is the second class in a series taught by Ed Dorn in the summer of 1977. Disscussion and reading of "Gunslinger" Influences on "Gunslinger" Continued discussion and reading of "Gunslinger" Dorn's early experiences in the West. The Drive-away car life and being on the road, pre-Jack Kerouac. Writing "Gunslinger". This is part 2 of 2.
Keywords: Ed Dorn
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[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
First half of a Jim Carroll class on poetry and music. Carroll discusses the differences and similarities between lyrics and poems. Included are excerpts from Carroll's work, including his songs "American Express" and "Shapeshifter." Carroll also discusses his own process in writing lyrics and songs. (Continues on 86P004)
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[audio]Jane Augustine class, Clarice Lispector, July, 1990. - Augustine, Jane
First half of a Jane Augustine class. Augustine lectures on feminist studies, focusing on Clarise Lispector. Other topics include the avant-garde and the ego, the penis, and the French feminists. (Continues on 90P076)
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[audio]John Cage studio performance, January, 1979. - Cage, John
A John Cage studio reading of "Mureau", "She's asleep", and "Six melodies for violin and keyboard."
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[audio]John Giorno and William S. Burroughs reading, July, 1976. - Giorno, John
First half of a reading by John Giorno and William S. Burroughs at the Naropa Institute in July of 1976. Buddhist practitioner and poet, Giorno, reads two of his poems, "Drinking the blood of every woman's period," and "Shit, piss, blood, puss and brains." (Continues on 76P116)
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[audio]Women and the Beats panel, June, 2000. - Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Jones, Hettie; Kyger, Joanne; Vega, Janine Pommy
A panel of four women writers from the Beat Generation, including Joanne Kyger, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Hettie Jones, and Janine Pommy Vega, discuss their own work and influences as well as the context and history of the Beat Generation, and their role within that context.
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[audio]Pierre Joris workshop, Poems for the millennium, part 4, July, 1996. - Joris, Pierre
Part 4 of a four part workshop with Pierre Joris, with students reading assigned 24-hour journal poems. Discussions range from editing, line breaks and moving throughout the space-time continuum. (Continued from 96P042)
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[audio]Anne Waldman, Marjorie Welish, Maureen Owen, Edwin Torres, Steve Lacy, Irene Aebi, Kenward Elmslie, Julie Patton, and Steven Taylor panel, July, 2001. - Aebi, Irene; Elmslie, Kenward; Lacy, Steve; Owen, Maureen; Patton, Julie; Taylor, Steven; Torres, Edwin; Waldman, Anne; Welish, Marjorie
A panel on visual arts and performance chaired by Anne Waldman. Panelists Marjorie Welish, Maureen Owen, Edwin Torres, Steve Lacy, Irene Aebi, Kenward Elmslie, Julie Patton, and Steven Taylor make individual statements about the relationships between the creative arts and respond to questions from the audience. The panelists discuss their performance and collaboration work in writing, music, and other art forms...
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[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
First half of the second installment of Jim Carroll's class on poetry and music. Carroll plays recordings of his songs as well as songs from Phil Ochs. He also discusses his collaboration with Doors musician Ray Manzerick, conversations with Lou Reed, and how he approaches the difference between writing lyrics, music, and poetry. (Continues on 86P006)
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[audio]William S. Burroughs Sr. and John Giorno reading, August, 1979. - Burroughs, William S.; Giorno, John
Second half of a William S. Burroughs, Sr. and William S. Burroughs, Jr. reading, with John Giorno. William S. Burroughs finishes his reading from The Gay Gun. Buddhist poet Giorno reads two energetic long poems "Eating the sky," and "Put your ear to stone and open your heart to the sky." The latter presentation is accompanied by a recording of Giorno reading the piece earlier, with the sound effect of a distorted, repeating echo...
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[audio]Julie Patton performance, Boulder, an opera, July, 1998. - Patton, Julie
A Julie Patton performance, "Boulder: an opera," a rock opera performance piece with spoken word and backbround music, performed at the Boulder opera house.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg class, The history of poetry, part 3, June, 1975 - Corso, Gregory; Ginsberg, Allen
A class on the history of poetry by Allen Ginsberg, in a series of classes in the Summer of 1975. Gregory Corso helps teach the class. Percy Bysshe Shelley and Thomas Hood are discussed extensively. The class reads from Shelley, and Ginsberg recites Shelley's "Ode to the west wind."
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[audio]Jena Osman lecture, Cog-ignitions, June, 2001. - Osman, Jena
Jena Osman lecture, "Cog-ignitions: Thinking about objects thinking." Osman discusses manually-generated and computer-generated procedural art, and objects that appear to be thinking such as puppets, computers, and poems.
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[audio]Anne Waldman, Joanne Kyger, Eleni Sikelianos, Harryette Mullen, Steven Taylor, Renee Gladman panel, June, 2002. - Gladman, Renee; Kyger, Joanne; Mullen, Harryette; Sikelianos, Eleni; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
First half of a panel with Anne Waldman, Joanne Kyger, Eleni Sikelianos, Harryette Mullen, Steven Taylor, and Renee Gladman. Waldman reads "Sister arise and vocalize: is there anyone under that chador?" Kyger discusses modernist women poets. Sikelianos reads "Yo, self / yo, maximus." Mullen discusses categories, forms, and perceptions. Taylor discusses Claude Levi-Strauss, Simone de Beauvoir, Julia Kristeva...
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[audio]Peter Warshall, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Joanne Kyger, and Tom Raworth reading, June, 1999. - Bellamy, Dodie; Killian, Kevin; Kyger, Joanne; Raworth, Tom; Warshall, Peter
A reading with Naropa faculty members Joanne Kyger, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Tom Raworth, and Peter Warshall. Many of the readings are dedicated to friends who have passed on, including Naropa teacher Rick Fields. Joanne Kyger reads from her history of the Buddhist teacher Naropa as well as a poem by Rick Fields. Dodie Bellamy reads from "The letters of Mina Harker." Kevin Killian reads his poetry including some poems written in response to the AIDS epidemic...
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[audio]Jack Collom and Sonia Sanchez reading, July, 2003. - Collom, Jack; Sanchez, Sonia
Second half of a reading, with Jack Collom and Sonia Sanchez. Collom reads from his sonnets and Sanchez reads "Poem for some women," blues haiku, and "Middle passage." (Continued from 03P091)
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[audio]Jena Osman, Bob Perelman, Mei Mei Bersenbrugge, and Joanne Kyger reading, June, 2001. - Berssenbrugge, Mei-Mei; Kyger, Joanne; Osman, Jena; Perelman, Bob
First half of a poetry reading with Jena Osman, Bob Perelman, Mei Mei Bersenbrugge, and Joanne Kyger. Osman reads from "Press scrutiny." Bersennbrugge reads from her book, Nest, and Perelman reads "Fake dream: the library," "Today's lament," "Ode to James Fennimore Cooper," and others. (Continues on 01P026)
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[audio]William S. Burroughs Sr. and William S. Burroughs Jr. reading, August, 1979. - Burroughs Jr. , William S.; Burroughs, William S.
A William S. Burroughs, Sr. and William S. Burroughs, Jr. reading. The reading displays a contrast between William S. Burroughs Jr.'s writings and the writings of his father, William S. Burroughs, Sr. William S. Burroughs Jr. reads a series of short poems and plays the harmonica, followed by William S. Burroughs Sr. reading from his then unpublished work, The Gay Gun. (Continues on 79P104)
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[audio]Peter Warshall, Sam Hamill, Janet Rodney, Joanne Kyger, and Andrew Schelling panel, June, 1995. - Hamill, Sam; Kyger, Joanne; Rodney, Janet; Schelling, Andrew; Warshall, Peter
A panel on dharma and eco-poetics with Janet Rodney, Sam Hamill, Joanne Kyger, and Peter Warshall, chaired by Andrew Schelling. The panel discusses the information age; busy-ness and doing nothing; the ecology of paper production; nature, and conscientious objection to overpopulation and capitalism; English language nature writing; and the disconnection from nature in English language poetry. A question and answer period concludes the panel.
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[audio]Pierre Joris workshop, Poems for the millennium, part 3, July, 1996. - Joris, Pierre
Part 3 of a four part workshop with Pierre Joris, with Joris and students discussing Stephane Mallarme's poem "Un coup de des" ("A throw of the dice"). Students read and discuss poems written in response to Mallarme's poem. (Continued from 96P041. Continues on 96P043)
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[audio]Keith Abbott, Wang Ping, and Lorenzo Thomas reading, July, 1997. - Abbott, Keith; Ping, Wang; Thomas, Lorenzo
Second half of a reading by Keith Abbot, Wang Ping, and Lorenzo Thomas. Thomas reads a selection of work for approximately twenty minutes, including "Multicultural," "The mockingbirds," "For almost a year to the day," and "Tar baby." (Continued from 97P035)
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[audio]John Giorno, and William S. Burroughs reading, July, 1976. - Burroughs, William S.
Second half of a reading by John Giorno and William S. Burroughs at the Naropa Institute in July of 1976. Burroughs reads a longer piece, "Tio Mate smiles" from The Wild Boys, as well as a few shorter pieces, including "The do-rights" from the Nova Express, "When did I stop wanting to be president?" and "From here to eternity." (Continued from 76P115)
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[audio]Joy Harjo lecture, Native American women writers, August, 1985. - Harjo, Joy
Second half of a Joy Harjo lecture about Native American women writers. Harjo discusses seeking and appreciating the value of both Native and white cultures. The lecture ends with Harjo reading a poem by Roberta Hill Whiteman, "Lines for marking time." (Continued from 85P092)
Downloads: 199
[audio]Pierre Joris workshop, Poems for the millennium, part 1, July, 1996. - Joris, Pierre
Part 1 of a four part workshop with Pierre Joris, focusing on nomadic poetics, translation, "writing through," and finding one's voice. (Continues on 96p041)
Downloads: 399
[audio]Peter Warshall lecture on water, June, 1995. - Warshall, Peter
Peter Warshall lectures on water. Warshall narrates the scientific story of the origin of water on Earth, in four stages. He then describes the molecular structure of water and how it illustrates love: covalent bonds illustrate the strong bond of equal sharing; ionic bonds illustrate the weaker bond of relatedness and openness; and surface tension illustrates the principles of resiliency and light touch, receptivity and boundaries...
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[audio]Joanne Kyger and Lorenzo Thomas reading, July, 1989. - Kyger, Joanne; Thomas, Lorenzo
Joanne Kyger and Lorenzo Thomas readings. Kyger reads "Bolinas fog," "For the San Francisco Zen Center," "An Adonis springtime poem," "From the Jataka Tales," "Narcissus," " Take it o moon on the run," and others. Thomas reads "The leopard," "Cameo in sudden light," "Not gonna take it," "Chased passions," "House of red lights," and others.
Downloads: 381
[audio]Peter Warshall lecture, A Poetics of Natural Light, June, 1996. - Warshall, Peter
Peter Warshall lectures on a poetics of natural light. Warshall explains light and sight from a biologist's standpoint, showing how they are part of a several billion year process of evolution. He explicates the connections between survival and elements of light perception, including contrast, concealment, and color. Warshall sees art as a development of the uses of these elements in the animal kingdom, and relates the artist's and poet's search for beauty to the naturalist's.
Downloads: 377
[audio]Joy Harjo lecture, Native American women writers, August, 1985 - Harjo, Joy
First half of a Joy Harjo lecture on Native American women writers. She talks about Native culture, history, oppression, and worldview, and also looks at the riches to be found in Euro-American culture. Harjo reads and discusses works by Native women, including "Why stone does not sing by itself," by Anita Endrezze-danielson, "Story from bear country," by Leslie Marmon Silko, "The strange people," by Louise Erdrich, "The dust will settle," by Luci Tapahonso, "At Mexican Springs," by Laura Tohe, ...
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[audio]Joan Retallack and Lorenzo Thomas reading, July, 2002. - Retallack, Joan; Thomas, Lorenzo
Second half of a reading, with Joan Retallack and Lorenzo Thomas. Retallack reads a long poem entitled, "Lost briefcase conjecture," and Thomas reads "Whale song," "Equinox," and others. (Continued from 02P084)
Downloads: 267
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